Brake cleaner. It’s cheaper than using any gun specific products for general stuff like that. Plastic brushes, mops, etc. A side note on brake cleaner: don’t get the expensive brand. They use freon as the propellant and if you spray it on metal surfaces, it condensates like crazy. The cheap stuff is actually way better for gun stuff. And it dries quickly. So, if you hose down a bore mop with it, it’s usually back in the game fairly quickly. Brass bore brushes stay pretty clean, but be sure they aren’t worn down. They should be replaced from time to time. Obviously, if they don’t fit the bore, they aren’t doing their job. And, while I’m sharing tips and tricks, needle oilers are a god-send. They save on oil and solvent, as you dont use as much, and they prevent getting the everywhere. Hope these things are helpful.